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Yeah I forghot to post it here:
It molted without problems. I am pretty confident, that it will make it to adulthood.
Out of the 12 Centruroides species I keep. The biggest is C.nigrescens.
Small ones are C.arctimanus, C.meisei,...
The biggest non Centuroid...
How big is it?
It kinda looks like a juvenile.
C.nigrescens are awesome scorpions, but as far as I know, they are only available in Europe. For Centruroides they are huge. They are communal as...
C.vittatus or of course C.meisei (small, very colorful, and extremely active also often during the day)
When they are born --> 1.instar
Each molt counts one instar. Can you count differently? I raised transvaalicus and villosus to adulthood and both...
You're telling me!
I managed to get from 1 scorpion to now ower 400 (35 species) in 3 jears. And they are just starting to breed! :)
Hey guys, some new pics of new species:
1.0 P.pallidus adult
0.1 P.pallidus 6.instar
There definitely are 8instar scorpions. Like a lot of Parabuthus females (transvaalicus, villosus), or some Androctonus females.
And also some of...
But the C.bicolor is actually a C.margaritatus
The males have much longer metasoma segments. I made a comparison pic for C.nitidus. You can apply the same rule to C.sculpturatus (exilicauda)...
C.meisei brood Nr.8, pretty small, but I already have about 60 juveniles. :D
The male couldn't wait:
The pics arent too good but I would say male
As far as I know no scorpions hunt together.
I watched some of my centruroides scorplings sting together in the same cricket, but that was...
The best is to keep them at ca. 30-32°C. And spray one corner moist every week.
You kept them too dry. When they are at this instars they always...
But I would also say it's a C.margaritatus. They are often believed to be C.bicolor.
But in comparison to my C.bicolor I see...
What instar is it?
My female finally molted to adulthood, now I just have to wait for the male.
@ rd_07 I think your C.bicolor is a C.margaritatus. Could I be right?
I'm keeping both of them, and I'm trying to breed them. To bad I'm not living in the US.
C.nigrescens are at the Moment almost impossible to...
I would also say it's T.serrulatus. Brazils most venomous scorpion.